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BIG4 Deniliquin Holiday Park

Deniliquin, New South Wales

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  • Farming, Food and Produce (1)
    1. Clancy's of Conargo Winery At Clancy's of Conargo Winery enjoy a Devonshire tea with muscat cream under the rose covered pergola. Take a wander through to Australia's largest private number plate display then step back in time as you browse through the recently established International House Rural Farm Machinery Museum.
  • Historical Sites and Heritage Locations (1)
    1. Peppin Heritage Centre George Street Deniliquin Peppin Heritage Centre is located in the old Deniliquin Public School and features an excellent display depicting the struggles and triumphs of George Peppin and his sons in establishing the Peppin Merino Sheep Breed. The centre tells the story of the wool industry and those people associated with it.


  • Exhibitions and Shows (1)
    1. Deniliquin Ute Muster Play on the Plains Festival *** Latest event details are yet to be confirmed *** The Award Winning Deni Ute Muster Play on the Plains Festival celebrates all things Australian and the icon of the ute.
  • Festivals and Celebrations (1)
    1. Deni Blues and Roots Festival The Deni Blues and Roots Festival is a two day music festival held in Deniliquin NSW at Easter each year featuring international and local artists.
  • Sporting Events (1)
    1. Deniliquin Fishing Classic *** Latest event details are yet to be confirmed *** Deniliquin fishing classic takes place on the beautiful Edward River at Deniliquin. Fishing from the bank or from your boat, join 2000 anglers competing to catch the elusive but amazing Murray Cod or Yellow Belly. This is fun for the whole family and you could win any one of four boat packages. This is a catch and release event and is super fun for anglers of all ages.


  • Full Day (2)
    1. Belisi Equine Park Belisi (meaning ''peaceful'' in Tok Pisin - one of the three national languages of Papua New Guinea) is a 50 acre farm located on Oura Road, 11 kilometre's from North Wagga. The Equine Park is nestled in a lovely rural setting 15 minutes drive from Wagga's central business district and Charles Sturt University.
    2. Historic Gundagai Coach Tour Spend a day in Historic Gundagai. Your fully guided tour starts with a delicious morning tea, then takes in the Rotary Lookout, Prince Alfred Bridge (built in 1866) and Gundagai Railway Station. The Gabriel Gallery, which houses a collection of photographs (1887-1927) printed from glass negatives, will be the last stop before lunch.
  • Half Day (3)
    1. Bush Tucker Trail Walk along the banks of the Billabong Creek beginning at the Steel Wings in Luke Park and be tempted by the tucker plants along the track. Jerilderie provides an oasis to all travellers and there is no better place to start than at beautiful Jerilderie Lake, a shared pathway gives you a walk around the lake known to locals as Horgan Walk.
    2. Junee Heritage Tours Pastoralists first took up holdings around the Junee area in 1845, but it was not until the railway arrived later in the century that the town developed. The original village, Jewnee gazetted in 1863, was on the site of a stock run. In 1878 the southern railway was extended to a centre about four miles east of Jewnee and so Junee begins. In 1883 the settlement was proclaimed as the village of Loftus, though two years later this name was changed to Junee. By 1886 Junee boasted six hotels and twelve stores among its assortment of buildings, a reflection of the town's rapid development.
    3. Narrandera Flora and Fauna Reserve Nature Tour The Narrandera Flora and Fauna Reserve is a River Red Gum community on 479 hectares and adjacent to the Narrandera Township, the Murrumbidgee River and the Narrandera Koala Reserve.

Visitor Information

BIG4 Deniliquin Holiday Park

Lot 100, Ochtertyre Street,
Deniliquin, 2710,

Freecall: 1800 227 217

Tel: 03 5881 1131

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